A 3-Day Itinerary that covers Lima’s (the Capital of Peru) historic old town, Miraflores district, the nearby neighborhoods, and some incredible fine dining experience.
Tag: spanish style
Standing on 3,800 meter above sea level in Cusco, Peru. Admiring Inca heritage sites, Spanish-style cathedrals and Peruvian food – while beating the altitude sickness.
We visited Madrid during Easter. Beyond the yummylicious food, The Golden Triangle of Art, we stroll through the historic center, soaking in the Spanish royalty, culture, and history.
Then I saw something extraordinary…
Cuba has undergone dramatic changes after it restoration, It felt like I travelled back to 1953… and it’s dreamy. Enjoy Viñales Valley and look for amazing treasure in the flea market in Old Havana.
Travel guide and useful tips for visiting Peru the first time.
Peru is always on my travel bucket list, and after I went, I have to say Peru is safe and incredible! Besides, Lima is known as the Gastronomical Capital of the Americas which has a lot to offer. So here are some useful tips for visiting Peru the first time!
A day in Melaka is like traveling around the world in one hot day: The city’s Heritage Trail has a rich history from different countries like Portugal, the Netherlands, Britain, China & more!
Apart from the long coastline, adventurous water sports, and exciting party scene, Yucatán also has a great number of heritage sites to offer.One of them is Chichen Itza – one of the most recognizable wonders of Mexico pre-Hispanic past.
An easy way to take a quick spin of the old town Manila is to hire a horse carriage. The area is set up by the Spanish Conquistadors in the colonial times, and visitors could find Spanish style mansions, museums, churches, and fortresses – some of them are UNESCO World Heritages.
A travel guide exploring old Havana’s four iconic plazas; visit the Havana Cathedral, Cuban beautiful Baroque buildings, World Unesco Heritage sites … & more!
Antoni Gaudi’s organic and unique style in architecture has influenced the world profoundly and I admire his work so much for a long time. “Organic” is such a great, and truthful word to describe Gaudi’s work. He regarded a building as a human body covered with skin, the structure itself were flesh and bones, so it’s curvy, and it has an element of randomness to the way he created art. He had lived a long life and left the world many great works to appreciate – most of them are in the Mediterranean city Barcelona.